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One Of The Judges Shot In White Castle Parking Lot Returns Home

Judge Brad Jacobs is back home in Clark County. Judge Andrew Adams is still in the hospital.

CLARK COUNTY, Ind. -- One of the judges shot in downtown Indianapolis almost two weeks ago is finally home from the hospital.

Judge Bradley Jacobs was released from Eskanazi Hospital and taken back to his home in Clark County this week.

His family  says "this has been a very emotional and trying time" and they asked for "more time alone to let Brad gain more strength."

The other judge shot that night, Judge Andrew Adams, is still in the hospital and has a long recovery ahead of him.

The two men arrested for shooting the judges were released this week. Marion County prosecutors say they can't file charges until more investigation is completed. 

(Photo provided by the Indiana Supreme Court.)

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